Fake Cartier Watches that debuted at this year’s SIHH watch fair in Geneva, perhaps the one I least expected was a dive watch from Fake Cartier. And it turns out it’s one of the coolest new watches of the year. In this article from my blog, Watch-Insider.com, I give you the scoop on Fake Cartier’s foray into the world of “real” sports watches.
The Fake Cartier Calibre de Cartier Diver is an unmistakably masculine watch for both everyday wear and extreme conditions; it meets the challenge of combining the classical Cartier style with the technical requirements necessary to be considered a true divers’ watch under the international standard ISO 6425. To meet this standard, the Fake Watch must meet eight criteria for reliability and pass a series of extremely rigorous tests.For those who are unfamiliar with the ISO standard, these are the main criteria:
Unidirectional turning bezel
Display in the dark
The Calibre de Cartier Diver can be clearly read deep below the surface due to the Super-LumiNova applied to its dive-time indicators, hour and minute hands, pre-selection device and small seconds counter.Water-resistant to 300 meters
When underwater, diving Fake Watches can be subjected to very high pressures and extreme conditions (saltwater, thermal shocks, etc.). For protection, the Calibre de Cartier Diver is fitted with a thick crystal, a screwed caseback, oversized seals and a screw-down crown that ensure water-resistance to 300 meters. The Fake Watch has demonstrated its resistance to saltwater after immersion in a solution of sodium chloride (30 g/l) at 18° C – 25° C for 24 hours.Fake Cartier Furthermore, after spending 50 hours at a depth of 30 centimeters at 18° C – 25° C, it continues to function perfectly underwater.
To prevent any accidental rotation or alteration of the dive-time indication, the bezel turns in only one direction. It has been designed with 120 notches (40 teeth and 3 points) to enable adjustment to a half-minute, with a clear sound signal during its rotation. For greater visibility, the markers signaling each five-minute period are clearly indicated.